Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government Eric Pickles has written to council leaders setting out the implications of today's Comprehensive Spending Review.
Council chiefs yesterday axed the Medway Renaissance team as part of on-going cost-cutting measures. (Sourced from here.)
Imagine that you are at the bar of a pub and the person perched on the stool next to you starts talking about sub national economic development re-organisations. (Sourced from here.)
Communities secretary Eric Pickles yesterday flatly contradicted claims from business secretary Vince Cable that only a quarter of local enterprise partnership proposals are 'up to scratch'. (Sourced from Regeneration and Renewal.)
Locate in Kent's 2010 Perception Study reveals that seven out of ten respondents rated Kent a "good" or "very good" business location.
Work to improve traffic flow on a major Rochester road will get underway next month after being rubber-stamped by council chiefs. (Sourced from Kent News.)
Sandra Matthews-Marsh, chief executive of Visit Kent, has welcomed Prime Minister David Cameron’s endorsement of the key role tourism will play in driving forward economic recovery.
(Sourced from Only Kent.)
A new museum that gives a boss "goosebumps" is set to boost revenue and visitors at Chatham Historic Dockyard.
(Sourced from Kent Online.)
Bob Dimond, Medway’s 2012 manager, has described Medway Park as a great example of Olympic legacy in action.
The opening of the new Holborough Marshes nature reserve in Snodland back in May is helping Medway’s ambition to become a green urban destination.